Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific spotted a glaring error on one of its planes. The airline company wrongly spelt its name on the side of the aircraft.
Instead of Cathay Pacific, it was spelt as Cathy Paciic.
Twitter was quick to find the blunder made by the airline and took up social media for some tweets. This time not only trolling them or there blunder but, looks like they were comfortable because it happens to everyone.
Later Cathy Pacific tweeted about fixing out the missing F letter.
No f’s were given that day
— Aghiad Haloul (@AghiadHaloul) September 19, 2018
Shop? Bah, put a little ^ and an f above it.
— darren (@darrenpauli) September 19, 2018
Fixed it. pic.twitter.com/c8NtP9asRs
— Willie Montgomery (@shoxdude) September 19, 2018
— Kevin (@kevinjia1122) September 19, 2018
If you’ve ever been refused boarding to a flight because your name was spelled wrong on the ticket, you might take comfort from this fairly glaring error on the side of a @CathayPacific plane. Or should that be “Cathay Paciic”? https://t.co/UOw8HmsnbV via @SCMPNews
— Danny Lee (@JournoDannyAero) September 19, 2018
— Anne-Sophie Bolon (@asbolon) September 19, 2018
No one is perfect, it’s ok Cathay Pacific.
— alfred (@alfred41686601) September 19, 2018
You mean cathay paciic?
— Hidden Me (@hiddenmesulo) September 19, 2018
Fixed it. pic.twitter.com/OIZbUGX8ez
— jonnyha 🤔 | ジョニー (@jonnyha) September 19, 2018
Our planes are so fast and advanced we can cross the Pacific before you can say Cathay Paci…
— IceCreamFrank 🍨 (@DontTrumpTheUSA) September 19, 2018
No “PAINT” no GAIN 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/kLTwwceSUL
— Josep 🕳 DespertaFerro 🎗 (@JLoriuesvida) September 19, 2018